Local band Buxton — whose excellent new album, Half A Native, comes out in March — plays tonight (1.30.15) at the Mucky Duck.
Entries from January 2015
January 30th, 2015 · No Comments
January 23rd, 2015 · No Comments
Houston’s The Suffers–a band that is attracting quite a bit of local and national buzz with its freshly released EP, Make Some Room–plays two shows in Houston tomorrow (Saturday, 1.24.15): a free, in-store performance at 3pm at Cactus Music and a CD release show at Fitzgerald’s tomorrow night.
More information on the band may be found […]
January 15th, 2015 · No Comments
Austin band The Gents plays with Ancient Cat Society (members of Buxton), B. E. Godfrey, and Deep Cuts this Saturday night (1.17.15) at Walter’s. Should be a good one.
January 13th, 2015 · No Comments
The Willy Collins Band has a new album, Departures, and will celebrate its release with a show at Warehouse Live on 1.23.15. Adam Bricks, Second Lovers, and Austin band The Naked Maja are also on the bill.
Tickets are available here.
Visit The Willy Collins Band online at thewillycollinsband.net.
January 9th, 2015 · No Comments
Tomorrow night (Saturday, 1.10.15), Continental Club Houston and the Big Top hosts Bowie Elvis Fest, which features Pecos Hank (Hank Schyma of Southern Backtones), Marquis of Vaudeville, Dem Damn Dames, Josh Mathis, Espantapajaros, Hayden Jones, Heath Ledet Band, and Ryan Adams Wells.
The fun kicks off at 6pm. $15 cover.
January 8th, 2015 · No Comments
The 7th Annual Artopia–a celebration of Houston Culture & Art (food, drink, art, music and fashion)–is coming up on Saturday, January 24, 2015, from 8PM-11PM at Winter Street Studios (2101 Winter Street).
Houston Press is awarding local artists with monetary grants for service to the Arts and the Community. These individuals were chosen from a panel […]
January 1st, 2015 · No Comments
Nate McKee, the man behind solo project The Answer Page, quietly released the final album in his trilogy at the end of 2014. The Nightmares of My Dearest Cardinal is currently available on Bandcamp (for free, no less — although McKee says donations will go toward a possible future vinyl release).
While McKee recently left Houston […]